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Earth Sciences & Geography - Oceanography | Aims and Scope: Marine Geophysical Research

Aims and Scope: Marine Geophysical Research

Presents high-quality and novel research on continental margins, deep ocean basins and the global mid-ocean ridge system. Marine Geophysical Research (MGR) has a long-established reputation for high quality geophysical research and innovative data analysis from the world ocean basins. Reflecting early international efforts to better understand the global mid-ocean ridge system, its focus has broadened to include studies of continental margin tectonics, sediment deposition processes and resulting geohazards as well as their structure and stratigraphic record. The editors of MGR anticipate a rising rate of advances in this sphere in coming years, reflecting the diversity and complexity of marine geological processes. The range of coverage of Marine Geophysical Research extends to: new techniques for imaging the deep sea floor, the development of new tools for measuring the physical properties of sediments and rocks in continental and oceanic plate margins, as well as ridge settings. Marine Geophysical Research reaches a large and growing community of readers worldwide.

For advice on the suitability of submissions, please contact the Editors-in-Chief:

Shu-Kun Hsu
Institute of Geophysics, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
[hsu@ncu.edu.tw]

Roger Urgeles

Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Barcelona, Spain

[urgeles@icm.csic.es]